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CE Marking for Construction Products

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There is a mark that allows us to achieve great things. Thanks to CE marking, you don't need to worry about the quality and safety of materials. You can be sure that materials bearing this label comply with EU standards, you can trust them. This TRUST opens new markets, extends opportunities and simplifies procedures.Find more information on competitiveness focusing on the construction industry by visiting: //ec.europa.eu/enterprise/sectors/construction/competitiveness/index_en.htm

Type: Clip   Reference: I-088654   Date: 14/04/2014   Duration: 01:12 Location: Brussels  
Languages: ENGLISH, ENGLISH (ENGLISH SUBTITLE), ENGLISH (FRANÇAIS SUBTITLE), ENGLISH (DEUTSCH SUBTITLE), ENGLISH (ITALIANO SUBTITLE), ENGLISH (БЪЛГАРСКИ SUBTITLE), ENGLISH (ČEŠTINA SUBTITLE), ENGLISH (DANSK SUBTITLE), ENGLISH (EESTI SUBTITLE), ENGLISH (GAEILGE SUBTITLE), ENGLISH (LATVIEŠU VALODA SUBTITLE), ENGLISH (MAGYAR SUBTITLE), ENGLISH (MALTI SUBTITLE), ENGLISH (PORTUGUÊS SUBTITLE), ENGLISH (SLOVENČINA SUBTITLE), ENGLISH (SLOVENŠČINA SUBTITLE), ENGLISH (SUOMI SUBTITLE), ENGLISH (SVENSKA SUBTITLE), ENGLISH (HRVATSKI SUBTITLE)

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